If you are undecided, I would suggest taking an interesting general education course or exam or two as a way of keeping your options open while your take a break to really decide. Unfortunately, I believe the push for BSN-only will eventually decide for you. But taking a CLEP exam or an art course here or there will keep you moving forward especially since the job market for new grads (ASN and BSN alike) is more competitive than the wait of actually getting into the nursing program was.
By the way, my opinion is that you should continue (at least) through obtaining the BSN. Times are changing dramatically for nurses of today and tomorrow; so much so that it is leaving and/or tossing a lot
of yesterday's (education-wise/seasoned) nurses to the wayside.
I don't know you, but in a year or so, you may be starting or adding to a family and not having the time to pursue your education. Before you know it, you will have X amount of years of experience that has become completely irrelevant because your employer says BSN or bust.
So, at the very least, I would suggest that you start kicking the rocks with an accredited BSN program's requirement and who knows, by the time you get your second wind, your general education requirements (if any) are almost done. You can do this without actually enrolling by simply contacting a school or looking online at its website to view its program requirements.
CONGRATZ on being this close to the finish line and good luck!